## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2001 - Arctic regions |

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A new FDF / CDF will then be determined and the procedure will proceed with

point 2 . dorit

failures have been assessed the optimal inspection plan may now be identified

following ...

A new FDF / CDF will then be determined and the procedure will proceed with

point 2 . dorit

**Given**that the CDF and the costs of inspections , repairs andfailures have been assessed the optimal inspection plan may now be identified

following ...

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The probability of finding nothing ,

all possible depths of the probability of a

STRUCTURAL RELIABILITY The preceding section has described the ...

The probability of finding nothing ,

**given**that a defect exists , is the integral overall possible depths of the probability of a

**given**defect depth not being detected :STRUCTURAL RELIABILITY The preceding section has described the ...

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Highly likely It is highly likely that consequence occurs

the failure event due to a highly likely potential design weakness . 9 , 10 Definite

The accident occurs

Highly likely It is highly likely that consequence occurs

**given**the occurrence ofthe failure event due to a highly likely potential design weakness . 9 , 10 Definite

The accident occurs

**given**the occurrence of a failure event , due to a certainly ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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